Hijama Center in India by Naseer Ghori

Hijama Center in India – by Naseer Ghori

This is a guest-post in the form of a written interview with Naseer Ghori – a male cupping therapist based in Hyderabad, India.

Please give us a short introduction about yourself, and in particular how you ended up being a hijama therapist?

Assalamualaikum, my name is Naseer Ghori. By profession I am into Information Technology use to provide IT solutions for corporate sector. I used to work in Kuwait along with my elder brother Shahab Ghori. At that time he was suffering from severe back pain. Even after taking many treatments there was no improvement. Finally on the advice of a friend he underwent hijama in Kuwait and the result was simply amazing – all his pain vanished. Only then I came to know it is a sunnah and with so many benefits. From here my curiosity started, to know more and more about hijama. I went to Malaysia for a course on hijama. I then came back to India and started an exclusive center for Hijama with many trained and professional doctors. Within a year’s time we have done hijama on thousands of male and female patients. Many newspapers and channels have published articles and news on cupping through us. Alhumdhulilah I am very thankful to Allah that he has given this opportunity to us.

– What particular illnesses/ conditions (if any), do you specialise / had the most experience in?
* Thyroid, Back pain, cervical spondylosis. Migraine
* Respiratory conditions: coughing, asthma
* Musculo-skeletal conditions: aches and pain, arthritis, muscular injuries, joints pain.
* Gastro-intestinal conditions: loose bowel, non-infectious and abdominal pain.
* Strengthening the kidneys and urinary system.
* Increasing memory and hair growth.
* Sexual problems and gynic problems
* Sciatic pain, frozen shoulder.
* Cupping is very good in nervous system problems.

– And do you find that in your experience, the conditions/illnesses that you have come across respond well to cupping (hijama) therapy? And if so, what are they?

In our experience we have got wonderful response in thyroid cases, migraine, backpain, cervical spondylosis, migraine, constipation, sciatic pain, pimples, irregular menstrual periods, arthritis and premature hair loss. These are commonly treated conditions in our center.

– Also what would you say about using cupping as a general preventative therapy (which by getting rid of bad blood/ toxins in the body may help prevent conditions like high cholesterol/ heart disease / cancer in the long term)? And how often would you recommend this (once a month? once/twice a year?)

I recommend everyone over 30 (guys) and for females over 40 years old to do Hijama at least once in 4 months. At the very least, they should do it twice a year. We advise our patients that formation of toxins in blood is a natural phenomenon. In our daily life we come across with several sources of toxic waste and as we grow older this will get worse.

This will lead to blood stasis (stagnated or congested blood) which could slow down or block supply of blood via blood capillaries which deliver much needed oxygen, nutrients, water, mineral electrolyte, vitamins, enzymes, hormones and immune system cells & antibodies to your cells, tissues and organs.

Only Hijama is effective in getting rid of the toxic blood. Thus its important to have Hijama performed on a regular and consistent manner every 4-6 months.

– As a hijama therapist, how often do you get hijama done yourself, and what for (if any specific condition) and who do you go to to get it done (since it is not an easy therapy to self-administer)?

Personally I will undergo hijama quarterly, just as a preventive measure. I feel much better after detoxifying my body.

– As a country with a significant Muslim population, what is the overall prevalance of hijama therapy in India? Is it available in hospitals and clinics as a valid alternative / sunnah therapy ?

Though India has a significant Muslim population but the awareness of hijama is very limited. Only few religious people have heard about it in hadiths but practically very few have undergone it. This was the main reason we started an exclusive center in India just for Hijama. Alhumdhulilah now many Muslims are aware of it.

Hijama is a valid therapy in India. Under the department of “AYUSH” Hijama (Cupping) Therapy is a part of Unani medicines. under Regimental Therapies.

– Tell us a bit about your center and its whereabouts in Hyderabad?

· Our health center meets all the government standards for hygiene and safety.

· State of the art interior for all the comfort you deserve

· Highly qualified, experienced and well trained doctors for consultation

· Experienced Lady Doctors are available for female clients to secure their privacy.

· Professional and caring staffs to give you total comfort and pleasant experience in our health center.

· Easy accessible location from any part of the city

It is located at:
2nd floor. MIGH-1,
Adj Mehdipatnam Kaman,
Hyderabad AP.
Phone No. 040-6453 2222,
Mobile No. 93461-33330


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I would say that on advice of a doctor we will undergo an operation without thinking twice. But when our beloved Prophet (PBUH) who is the most intelligent and most trustworthy person recommends why do we think so much?

JazakAllah Khaer

Naseer Ghori.

Naseer Ghori
Heal Health Care Center

2nd floor. MIGH-1,
Adj Mehdipatnam Kaman,
Hyderabad AP.

Phone No. 040-6453 2222,
Mobile No. 93461-33330

Blog: http://healincupping.blogspot.com
Website: www.healincupping.com
Email: info@healincupping.com


Our thanks to Br Naseer Ghori from Hyderabad, India for sharing the above post. If you have any questions for Br Naseer or indeed have been treated at the Heal Health Care Center in Hyderabad and and want to leave them a testimonial, then please do so via a comment* below.

If you are a hijama therapist or patient and are happy to share your knowledge or experience via a guest blog-post like the one above, please send me an email to: hijama.mail@gmail.com.

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